Evolution Diet

The equations. Negative values are in parentheses.CategoryFoodEnergy IndexProtein IndexLoS Hi-Fiwhole wheat crackers3(1.684)LoS Hi-Fiblack beans(0.354)2.541LoS Hi-Fibroccoli0.81.03LoS Hi-FiGreek Salad with Feta1.1611.433LoS Hi-Fipita bread2.59(1.226)LoS Hi-Fioatmeal with brown sugar4.062(3.268)LoS Hi-Fiapple4.392(4.291)High Proteintuna1.83528.047High Proteinchicken meat only1.927.029High Proteinsalmon1.83924.788High Proteincheese mozarella2.66720.19High Proteineggs1.7829.897High Proteintofu1.1859.870High Proteinedamame0.1285.73

Cambridge Diet

The Cambridge Diet is a low-calorie weight loss plan developed in 1970 by Dr. Alan Howard at Cambridge University, England. It was first used exclusively in weight loss clinics, and then launched as a commercial product in the United States in 1980, with distribution in the UK beginning in 1984. The Cambridge diet became very

Vegan Diet

Veganism is a philosophy and lifestyle which “seeks to exclude — as far as is possible and practical — all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose; and by extension, promotes the development and use of animal-free alternatives for the benefit of humans, animals and the environment.”

Zone Diet

The Zone diet is a diet popularized in books by Barry Sears. It advocates “hormonal thinking” instead of caloric thinking as an approach to eating. It is not a weight-loss “diet” (though it can be used quite successfully for that purpose); rather it is a way of eating the intake of food that produces the